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branstad will give this year's condition of the state address, laying out his priorities and goals for the state this year. year.my cbs 2 this morning co- anchor kevin barry gives us a preview of what we can expect from the capitol in des moines. moines. people across the state are paying attention to the condition of the state address speech this year after the 2015 legislative session ended with governor vetoing bi- partisan bill continuing education funding.now with education funding still an important issue, both parties are back in des moines for 2016 with new issues to tackle the last legislative session was very disappointing in how governor branstad handled the toing education funding. really rushing ahead with this medicaid expansion in a way that even the federal government said he needed to slow down.recently the governor talked about his plan to ship some money from education funding to efforts to improve iowa's water quality, which former democratic governor tom vilsack has supportedit's always goingto be about education. that's 60% of our budget. there's gonna be alot
structure and the issue that seems to be emerging here, governor branstad has put it on the table is the environment and clean water. i think you;re gonna see a healthy debate on that.tonight follow along with all of our evening news at the cbs new at 5, 6 ,and 10. to see what the governor says in his speech and what lawmakers on both sides of the isle think.in des moines, kevin barry, cbs 2 this morning. if you'd like to watch the governor's speech live, it will be streaming on our website cbs-2 iowa dot com. it's expected to start at 10 a-m. also happening today, the president will be giving his state of the union address, and the white house says this year's speech is going to be unlike any other we've seen before. before.president obama is not expected to present a wish- list of policies to congress. with republicans firmly in control of congress - the president has resorted to executive actions on controversial issues such as minimum wage, immigration and gun control.tonight's prime-time speech could include a preview of the next
on without congress: election reform. "you'll hear the president talk about making sure that every american has a chance to influence this democracy. not the select few, not the millionaires and the billionaires," billionaires,"the president's speech will begin at 8 and that can be seen live right here on cbs 2.following the president's remarks, south carolina governor nikki haley will offer this year's republican response. the democratic party's three candidates for the oval office were back in iowa to start the week... week...it was for the brown and black forum in des moines, covering minority issues in the campaign. campaign.much of the conversation had to do with economic issues facing minority communities, but they also talked about criminal justice and racial inequality. in the wake of president obama's executive action on gun control -- all three democrats tried to make their support clear. but on the issue of guns, let me be very clear, i support the president i think we have got to expand and extend and improve the instant background check. check."one of the reasons i'm
support of president's obama's policies that he's rolled out is that we cannot sit idolly by while 30-thousand people die from gun violence. violence. we do not have to accept the kind of injustice where if you called from a wealthy neighborhood, the police always came and they always got out of their car. but if you called from a poor neighborhood, and almost all of them were black, they hardly ever came and they never got out of their car. a number of republican candidates are making stops in eastern iowa today, just weeks before the iowa caucuses, in a wide open race. race.donald trump is holding a campaign rally on the campus of u-n-i this evening.it will be held at the west gym at 6. doors open at 4-thirty. rick santorum is making several trips in eastern iowa as well.he's on the tail end of a *five day swing through the entire state.today he'll start his day with a town hall in the independence public library at noon.the former pennslyvania senator will then attend private events in both cedar rapids and robins.
the polls this cycle but actually *won the iowa caucuses in 20-12. a pair of candidates will be hosting events in coralville todayin just a few hours at 8- thirty, jeb bush will speak at the coralville public library. and this afternoon, former arkansas governor mike huckabee will make an appearance at the american legion post number 721, at one. the stage has been set for this thursday's next round of g-o-p debates, and only seven candidates will take the stage in the prime-time bout. and that's not sitting well with everyone.rand paul and carly fiorina were both relegated to the early debate. paul said he'll now skip the event altogether, saying he won't participate in a second-tier faceoff. "it's a rotten thing to do to try and designate which candidates have a chance and don't, and so we will not participate in anything that's not first-tier." fox business network, who is hosting the event in south carolina, released criteria that paul did not meet.they wanted the top six candidates from the five major national
the top five in either iowa or new hampshire.the main debate starts on thursday at 8. don't forget, there will be much more political news in the last weeks before the caucuses on iowa in focus.you can watch it sunday morning at 10-thirty, on cbs 2. in dubuque duduquepolice say a woman used a baseball bat to kill her ex-husband. husband.62-year-old dolores flynn was taken into custody yesterday afternoon.she's charged with second degree murder for the death of 72-year-old gary breckenridge. investigators say flynn allegedly admitted to family members that she attacked breckenridge on january 4th.if convicted, she could face up to 50 years in prison. the cedar rapids police department hopes to have a final policy on body cameras by the middle of the year. year.they received a federal grant to buy the cameras last year and should have the cameras soon.but chief wayne jerman says coming up with a policy is taking extra time. right now, they're researching different guidelines from departments across the nation. he says the main concern is
video *is recorded, when, if at all, should it be released? chief jerman says he's always supported body cameras - but knows there are a lot of privacy concerns. 05:44:09"we have to be aware of when a camera is activated and when you're dealing with other types of victims," budded to "those who are victims of sex assaults and sometimes situations involving minors and children - we just have to be very careful" careful"jerman says the department will not release ongoing investigations. when it comes to getting a quality education, many say it socio-economic background. background.which is why cedar rapids community school district aders are asking for your help.tonight, the district is holding an equity conversation -- open to parents, children and community members.the superintendent asks that people come with ideas on how better.
this point, i think we have some -and especially those who really understand where we are with the plan and its implementation- i think they've genuinely been happy with the progress. i think in other cases, we probably haven't communicated as well as we need to." to."for a more hands-on approach, the district encourages joining their new task force.tonight's meeting will be at the affican american museum and starts at 6.we have all the details on our website cbs-2-iowa-dot- com-- that includes the next scheduled meeting dates. now to the university of iowa. iowa.have you ever wondered what the beloved hawkeye football team is worth in cold hard cash?it turns out, they would be one of the most valuable football programs in the country. country.a professor determined every team's open market value based on city size, strength of schedule and state growth rate.the iowa hawkeyes were valued at 12-th highest, at nearly 440-million dollars. ohio state, texas and michigan top the list. but only one team can sit atop the college football world.and last night in pheonix, the college football playoff
champion.it was a high scoring, back-and-fourth game until kenyan drake returned a kickoff 95-yards for a touchdown with 7 minutes left. that put alabama up two scores and helped the tide hold off a late tiger comeback to win 45-40.this is alabama's fourth national championship in the past seven years. it's still ahead...where the hawkeyes and`cyclones are finding themselves in the latest basketball rankings.
in the middle of a time when senior poverty is increasing. republicans and some democrats came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodies if you cut social security as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and expand benefits for people who desperately need them.
anyone who's lost a dog. knows it can be heart-wrenching. wrenching. misha dibono shows us how finding a lost pet, is now as easy, as checking your smartphone. smartphone. an animal shelter is the last place you want to see your pet. but if he or
she does get lost, thanks to a new app called finding rover - families have a new tool right on their smartphones to ickly find them.(daniel desousa/san diego o unty animal services) "finding rover is facial recognition app."here's how it works.once you download the app to your smart phone or tablet, you take a picture of your pet and it's scanned into the system. (daniel desousa/san diego county animal services) "the public can use to registst their dog, and if the dog ever runs away, they can post that their dog has been lost."using facial recognition technology, the app searches through thousands of images of old and
and locate your pet.this is jane.she's been in the shelter for over a week and is helping us with our demonstration. (daniel desousa/san diego county animal services) "it looks at 8 different points on the dog's faceif the dog comes into us, we take the same kind of photograph and if that dog has been reported as lost, it makes that connection."and another feature -- the app will send alerts to be on the lookout for your dog to anyone in your neighborhood who also uses finding rover.and it also works in reverse.(daniel desousa/san diego county animal services) "if you just see a dog running loose down the street, you can take picture of it and it will still post it that way as well."in fact, in the last 10 days these families have all been reunited with their pets here in san diego via the finding rover app.(misha dibono, reporting) "so here's the best part: the app is absolutely free and it takes just nutes. the guy that developed it did it because he wanted to make sure that all these dogs would be reunited with their families."(daniel desousa/san diego county animal services) "it's amazing to see anybody get reunited with their pet. it's a member of their family. we see people break down in tears just because they have been
welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... in iowa city, the robert a. lee community rec center will continue to stay closed. repairs and maintenance are taking longer than first originally thought. thought.it was expected to reopen today, but a delay in the completion of the boiler project is pushing that back. it's now expected to re-open on saturday. in cedar rapids, kirkwood community college has received a gift of 80 acres in farmland.
be worth 1-point-1 million dollars.it will be used by the college's two-year agriculture program.income from the farm operation will then be used to create a memorial scholarship in honor of the donor's daughter, jamie lynn harder.15 scholarships will be awarded beginning in the spring of 20-17. one month ago to the date... iowa was a cyclone state -- montee morris' last second heroics capped a twenty-point comeback for iowa state over the unranked hawkeyes -- as the number two cyclones stayed unbeaten. but that was december....januaryy has been dominated by the iowa hawks -- who moved up to number sixteen in the latest a-p top twenty-five rankings -- and ahead of now number seventeen iowa state. the road doesn't get easier for the 'clones -- who play the number two sooners once more and the the number one jayhawks twice..a big reason for the hawks'
senior guard mike gesell -- who was honored today as the big ten's player of the week. it's the first time gesell has earned the honor in his career -- the hawks are at michigan state thursday where they'll look to go four-and-oh in conference play for the first time since 2001..as for iowa state, they're back on the road this week, looking to bounceceback from saturday's loss to baylor...but coach prohm and the 'clones aren't worried about rankings or postseason races right now: they're just focused on the next game. "this isn't the end of the world, i mean we're three games into conference play. you're not even thinking aboutt he conference championship race until the last two weeks of the e season. there's a lot of teams, gotta play a lot of people." people.""i heard someone say earlier, 'rome wasn't built in one day.' we've had a lot of adversity hit us this year and i don't think we're crumbling
the u-n-i panthers excited for someee return to normalcy in the month of january -- after trips to virginia, hawaii and everywhere in between, wednesday's six hour drive to indianna state sounds mighty nice ... and coach jake believes that a set routine will bring out the best in his squad... squad..."the travel is starting to wear off. i think the guys are generally feeling a little more rested... and we were completely out of that routine the entire month of december... i think sometimes even though it may feel like you're a long ways away, i think sometimes you're not as far as it might appear. so, my hope is ... have a little better routine, little better rested, and being close that we'll play better wednesday." bulls looking for their eighth win over their last ten games against the wizards... but they don't call 'em wizards for nothing -- gary neal working his magic...the three and the foul -- wizards with the early edge..still second quarter, d-rose trying to get somethig going for chi- town -- would move to number
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your car.but check out this poor car owner's fate. fate.icy water from lake erie, snow, rain and heavy wind created this carcicle!the car was spotted parked along route five in hamburg, new york.a lake effect snow band was dumping about two inches of snow per hour in the region yesterday. good morning again -- it's now still ahead... ahead...just how much the new census number in north liberty surpassed expectations from city leaders. leaders.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the
you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty.
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it was likely caused by a suicide bomber.it's a part of the city that's heavily guarded, and police are barring anyone from going near the site, in case of a second explosion.we'll continue to track this story all morning long, and bring you any updates. at the nation's capitol, capitol,house lawmakers are now moving ahead with a bill sanctioning north korea. korea.a vote is scheduled today for the proposal which would deny the communist nation the "hard" currency it needs for its nuclear weapons. last week, north korea claimed it detonated a hydrogen bomb. right now, we still don't know if that actually happened but many experts doubt they have the technology to pull it off. also at the capitol tonight, the president will deliver his final state of the union address, and you'll be able to watch it live right here on cbs 2.the white house released this video monday previewing president obama's speech.the president is expected to highlight the executive actions on gun control he announced last week.he's also invited 23 guests to the event, including a syrian refugee and american hero
break up an attempted terror attack last year, on a paris bound train. but before that speech, the leader of iowa, governor terry branstad will soon be delivering one of his own.this condition of the state address to iowa lawmakers.cbs 2 anchor kevin barry has a preview from the state captiol in des moines. moines. this week mark one of the first times lawmakers are back in the capitol since a very controversial end to the last session. after both parties worked out a deal to continue branstad vetoed it, potentially costing school districts in the state valuable resources.i think it will be a little contentious but i know our representatives will be able to work it out. i hope the republicans will talk to their constituents cause we've heard from our superintendents, teachers, in the education issues we've heard from hospitals on the medicaid issues, doctors and patients. i think if they talk to constiuents those republicans ware gonna realize and we need to do some more oversight on medicaid and really make education a priority.but iowa gop chair jeff kaufmann says hectic
how he knows politicians have the right mind set.i would be worried if we went through a session when every single republican agreed with each other. that' not what they're there for. i believe when republicans fight and debate with each other, and when democrats fight and debate each other, that is a reflection ofthose legislators representing their district, not their party. tonight follow along with all of our evening coverage on cbs 2
news at 5, 6 and 10 to see what the governor said in his speech and what lawmakers on both sides of the aisle think about it.in des moines, kevin barry, cbs 2 this morning. head to our website, cbs 2 iowa-dot-com to watch the governor's speech live.it's expected to start around 10-a-m. mexican drug-lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman will not be sent to the u-s anytime soon. soon.mexican authorities say it will probably take around a year to extradite him.he faces
in the united states.the drug king-pin was recaptured on friday, six months after breaking out of prison. actor sean penn is responding to criticism he's received for meeting with el chapo for a secret interview.penn says he has no regrets about the meeting and said he's got nothing to hide.authorities believe the interview helped led to guzman's recapture. mexican officials have said contacts between guzman and penn helped them track the fugutive down. new this morning, the mother of the so-called affluenza teen will be released from a texas jail. jail.this
comes after a judge lowered her bail from a million dollars to 75-thousand. tonya couch will be released once she's fitted with a g-p-s monitor.she was brought back to texas last week after fleeing the country with her 18-year-old son ethan.police believe he may have violated probation he received in the drunk driving deaths of four people.right now, ethan is being detained in mexico city. in north liberty, we're getting a first look at some someresults from a special census.it says the population is around 18-thousand people.
from 20-10.it's also about 12-hundred people more than what city leaders expected.the results could mean an additional half million dollars each fiscal year in tax money for road repairs.the streets superintendent says that can be spent on equipment, street and traffic signal improvements and maybe another employee. amy nielsen, nl mayor00:16:32 the participation rate was extremely high and actually higher than what they normally see, so i just want to say thank you to all the residents. residents.the mayor says the city could get the funds in fiscal year 20-17 if they are able to get the count certified in time. marion is also looking to cash in on its rapid growth. growth.applications are now available for paid census canvassers in marion.the city is conducting a partial census, meaning they are only counting certain parts of the city that are experiencing high-growth. high-growth.during the last census in 20-10, the city had 34-thousand, 768 residents. residents.city staff estimate their special census will reveal an increase of between 800 and one thousand people.
to cost the city 134-thousand dollars. dollars.the deadline to apply is january 22-nd and the job is expected to last between three and five weeks. we have a warning this morning from the iowa department of health that could help you stay healthy in the last months of winter. winter.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson joins us in the studio with more..good morning, stephanie. stephanie.kelly, the number of confirmed flu cases is on the rise and doctors say if you haven't rolled up your sleeves for a vaccination, time is running out. out.three different strains of the virus are spreading through iowa and there are at least four flu - related deaths so far.historically the worst of the influenza season hits in about three weeks.linn county public health nurse heather meader says after problems with the vaccine last year, this dose is doing the trick. " the flu virus that was going around drifted, it changed , it mutated, we're not seeing that issue this year so this year's flu vacine is an excellent match to what we see in the coummunity right now " "
could hit just as college students are bringing illiness back to campus - and cold weather has everyone staying indoors where germs can more easily be transmitted. stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. more than half of middle and high school students in the u-s are exposed to second-hand smoke according to a new study by the cdc.researchers say the findings are alarming because exposure can impact their lung and cardiovascular health, and it's completely preventable. data shows children who are exposed to second-hand smoke are at an increased risk of having asthma and lung infections.the study was published monday in the journal pediatrics. you now have one full day left to get your ticket for a chance to win the largest lottery jackpot in history. history.lottery officials raised the estimated jackpot for tomorrow night's powerball drawing to 1-point-4 billion dollars.that means the lump sum payout would be more 800- million bucks.the odds of winning--- one in 292-point-2- million.even if you don't win
prizes.saturday night, a ticket sold in sioux city hit five of the six numbers, making it worth one million dollars. and here's another example of just how big this jackpot is. this is the billboard in cedar rapids promoting the jackpot. as you can see, it's incorrect, because it was not designed for a jackpot higher than 999-million dollars. ticket sales for the 1-point-4 billion dollar jackpot end at 8-59 tomorrow night. it's coming up...some things you can do to stay warm if you have to go outdoors today.
you got people working credibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 19. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty.
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your_______ stocks surged to end monday and closed mixed after last weeks turmoil.the dow gained 52 points.nasdaq lost 5.and the s and p 500 gained only 1 point. a once popular cell phone brand, no longer exists. exists.say goodbye to motorola. the chinese p-c maker is changing the name to moto- by-lenovo.that's because lenovo bought the company from google in 20-14 for almost 3 billion dollars.motorola was responsible for the first walkie talkies and consumer cell phones. another cell phone company is
*bringing back an old plan. plan.a-t-and-t will now offer an unlimited plan for direct tv subscribers.starting today, users can pay a hundred dollars for unlimited data, talk and text.its an effort to get customers to buy both wireless and television
acquired direct t-v last summer for 48 point 5 billion dollars the honda civic has been named the 20-16 north american car of the year. year.automotive
journalists from the u-s and canada decide the award.the honda model has seen its ups and downs through the years.in fact its 2011 design was given terrible reviews by critics.this could bounce back recent sales woes. civic sales fell last year... while rivals had banner years. the civic last won the title in 2006. ride-sharing company uber is cutting fare prices in more than 100 cities in the u-s and canada. canada.it's a bid to stimulate business, as it tries to beat the "winter slump" in people ordering rides.in some cities, this is the third straight year uber has dropped prices at the start of the new year. the amount of the discount will vary city by city.the price cuts went into effect over the weekend.
mc-donald's is introducing a new type of restaurant called mcdonald's next. next.the first location opened in hong kong last month.it's the company's attempt at creating a modern and progressive restaurant.they provide a full salad bar, premium coffee blends and self ordering kiosks.and they offer table service after 6 p-m.the move to reinvent the brand comes after mcdonald's announced a major turnaround plan in may 2015.last year, the company saw both its revenue and customer traffic falling around the world. a useful change coming for iphone users in their next o-s update. update.apple is adding a "night shift" mode.it will automatically shift colors on your iphone or ipad to warmer colors making it easier on your eyes at night.studies have shown, exposure to blue light from screens in the evening make it harder for you
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final recommendations.danielle nottingham has more. more. (track)the debate over breast cancer screening has left many women confused. ( mos sot ) it's one of those women's health things that have changed over the years( mos sot )in continue to go once a year even though i know the guidlines are every two years now.(track) the us preventive services task force is continuing to recommend mammograms every other year for women ages 50 to 74. the group says screening can be effective for women in their 40s, but over-diagnosis is a concern. (26- 36 sot dr. albert siu/ task force/mount sinai hospital) the benefits are smaller, the harms need to be carefully viewed. the task force supports women having this information and making individualized informed choices.(track)the recommendati ons come after american cancer society said in october that women should now start annual mammograms at age 45. doctor freya schnabel of nyu langone medical center says she's concerned about the message young women may be getting.. (53-101 sot dr. freya schnabel/nyu langone medical center) they don't need to
they don't need mammograms, together those three things creates a very worrisome vacuum for me // we have to remember that women in their 40s and below still get breast cancer. nats fortunata kasege is 41 and is about to have her first mammogram. (1:12-1:15 sot fortunata kasege/41 years old) i think prevention is better than cure. (track)she says she also plans to discuss how often she should be screened with her doctor. danielle nottingham, cbs news. the task force is also calling for more research on newer technologies to diagnose breast cancer including 3-d mammograms.the group says at this point, it doesn't have evidence to make recommendati ons in those areas. if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now when we return... return...when cedar rapids officials hope to get the ball rolling on the purchase of police body cameras. cameras.you're watching c-b-s
cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
right now on cbs 2 this morning...a preview of governor branstad's condition of the state address this morning and what lawmakers are saying about it. the next major issue president obama could announce executive actions on during his final state of the union speech tonight. the final hurdle the cedar rapids police department has to clear before it can get body cameras. welcome to cbs two this